Four Sussex artists are The Invited in Worthing Museum and art Gallery exhibition

By Culture24 Reporter | 28 November 2012
A photo of an illustration of a graphic novel-style scene of a boatyard in red and blue
Steve Carroll, Shoreham Houseboat© Hamish MacGillivray / Worthing Museum and art Gallery

Exhibition Preview: The Invited, Worthing Museum and art Gallery, Worthing, until February 9 2013

Selected from previous Open exhibitions at Worthing Museum, a quartet of local artists present affordable paintings, graphics, sculptures and prints in a total of more than 100 works.

They include childhood-inspired scenes painted by Sally Williams and Sussex landmarks turned into graphic novel-style prints by designer Steve Carroll.

“We’ve been keen to invite these artists to exhibit here since seeing their work in other exhibitions over the last few years,” says Emma Walder, the museum’s Curator of Arts and Exhibitions.

“It’s great to see it all come together.”

  • Open 10am-5pm (closed Sunday and Monday, December 23-26, December 30 and 31, January 1). Admission free. Visit exhibitions100 on YouTube for interviews with the artists. Follow the museum and art gallery on Twitter @WorthingMuseum.

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A photo of a woman standing in an art gallery holding up a colourful portrait she's made
Sally Williams with one of her works, Three Children at the Playground© Hamish MacGillivray / Worthing Museum and art Gallery
A photo of a man sitting at a computer in a studio working on a piece of graphic art
Steve Carroll at work on Shoreham Houseboat© Hamish MacGillivray / Worthing Museum and art Gallery
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